Garden Sheds for all

7 December 2011

There are many different types of garden shed. Aside from the wide variety of shapes and sizes, sheds can be wooden, metal or vinyl. There are also specialist sheds – designed for specific purposes. Find out more…

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How Does Your Garden Grow? By Saving Money on Supplies!

5 December 2011

Gardening is a beautiful and enjoyable pastime. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, there is always something new to learn. One thing to keep in mind is that gardening doesn’t have to be expensive. There are lots of easy ways to save on your supplies without sacrificing quality. Try these tips and watch your garden – and your wallet – flourish.

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Get Inspired – what anyone can learn from visiting a great garden

28 November 2011

Public parks and open gardens in the UK have plenty of valuable lessons to teach any gardener. Here are a few examples to look out for while you enjoy a new garden…

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Selling house in winter? Learn how to decorate your garden for a fast sale

27 November 2011

Looking to sell your house during the winter months. Increase the curb appeal of your property, by making some subtle alterations to your garden. FInd out more…

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Unusual Activities For The Garden

26 November 2011

Spending time in the garden is a great way to relax, unwind and let the stresses of daily life quietly ebb away. But once you’ve planted those Dahlias and barbequed that sausage, what other activities can you use your personal green space for? There are many different pursuits you can enjoy in the garden for fitness, fulfilment or just good old-fashioned fun.

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7 Tips for Picking the Right Garden Furniture

25 November 2011

Everyone wants to improve the look of their garden; however, improvement can not always merely be attained by the grass and flowers on their own. A really big change in the look of any garden space can be achieved by strategically placing a few well-selected pieces of garden furniture. Follow the top seven tips for choosing the right garden furniture…

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Eliminate 50% of your Landfill Waste: Composting Garden and Kitchen Waste

24 November 2011

Embarking on a composting scheme in your own home is relatively easy to do and has great rewards if you continue to dispose of your kitchen and garden waste in the same way.

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3 Things You Must Know When Grass Recycling

23 November 2011

You may have always thought that grass clippings are completely unusable, and throw them away. That is why you can still see them congesting in landfills, However, when you just leave them in your lawn, they will become a good source of nutrients after they break down. Find out more about grass recycling…

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The winter deck solution

18 November 2011

The key to enjoying your amazing outdoor spaces this winter is waterproof decking. Ainsley Muller tells us more…

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5 easy to grow herbs for your garden

17 November 2011

There is nothing like the smell of herbs. Rosemary, Thyme, Basil, Tarragon and Oregano. They can transform your cooking. So why not wow your dinner guests and freshen your home with these five easy to grow herbs?

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